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Contact Details

Telephone

01535 293641

Address

Speech & Language Therapy Service Manager, Airedale General Hospital, Skipton Road, Steeton, Keighley, BD20 6TD

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Airedale speech and language (Adults)

What does it do?

The Adult Speech & Language Therapy Team works with adults with acquired neurological or long term conditions. The Adult Speech & Language Therapy Team also assesses and advises on eating and drinking difficulties (chewing and swallowing), adults with voice problems and works with individuals who have a stammer. The team will also provide assessment and advice for adults who require Alternative or Augmentative Communication aid provision.

Who is it for?

Adults over 18 with suspected or identified speech and language and communication (SLC) problems and /or swallowing difficulties as a result of an acquired or neurological condition

The service can be accessed by making a referral using the referral form on the website (link below). Adults can be referred by their, GP, other Health Professionals, family members or self-referrals.

This link will take you directly to the referral form here

If you want to raise a concern or make a complaint, please contact: Airedale Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) at: Airedale General Hospital Skipton Road Steeton Keighley BD20 6TD Telephone: 01535 294019

 

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